Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Etude House I Need You, Vitamin Complex Mask Sheet review

The bunny was out shopping over the weekend and bought 3 pieces of Etude House's relatively new Alphabet masks to try out. Since I've just used the Vitamin Complex mask, I thought that I'll just share my review here.

The Alphabet Masks which the bunny bought
I have to say that Etude House does a really job with their packaging as usual. The Vitamin Complex mask pack looks really cheery and colorful, even though it's pills that were pictured.

Etude House I Need You, Vitamin Complex mask sheet

The Vitamin Complex mask is supposed to give radiant skin. It contains fruit-based vitamin complex which works to purify and brighten the skin.

Etude House I Need You, Vitamin Complex mask sheet directions & ingredients
The mask had a slight bitter-ish medicinal scent. It's a good thing that the smell was faint as this bunny is totally not a fan!

The mask sheet was drenched in the essence, so much so that it was actually dripping when I first took the mask out of the packet. There wasn't any pearl paper, so I had a little difficulty in spreading out the mask and putting it on my face.

Opening the mask pack
The essence looked and felt like water. It was very fluid and was not at all sticky.

There's still a pool of essence left at the bottom of the pack...
The mask sheet itself was thinner than the previous Etude House masks that I've tried and fitted my face pretty well. However, the sheet felt slightly stiff on the face.

Etude House I Need You, Vitamin Complex mask sheet 
At the end of 20 mins, the mask sheet got a bit dry. It was as though my skin just sucked in all the essence. On removing the mask, I liked how there was no sticky residue left on my skin.  Also, I could see that my skin looked noticeably fresher. However, the claims of "a healthy natural glow" is still kind of a far stretch.

The mask retails at $1.90 per piece at Etude House stores.

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